In the south-west of England rocky cliffs replaced sandy beaches.
Railway viaduct was built over the River Tamar in 1908. The length of the river in the south-west of England – 81 kilometre.
Water at high tide on the beach Bedrutan Steps on the Atlantic coast rises very high. According to legend, once here and sailed giant to climb ashore, he made a step of 142 boulders.
Fishing boats in the harbor of Mevagissey. The first people settled here in the Bronze Age.
Reaching the castle was designed for gambling parties. In 1830, it was built by the English merchant Samuel Saymuns.
Porthcurno is a small village famous for its golden beaches. Water temperature in summer is about 18 degrees.
Church of St. Simforiona more than 900 years. Norman style architecture can be found on the same massive columns and narrow windows in the upper part of the walls.
Almost every institution of the village of Tintagel has in its name the names of Arthur, Camelot and the other knights of the round table. According to the legend of King Arthur was born in the medieval castle of Tintagel.
Hills of Dartmoor in Devon is famous for its rich history. First tribes inhabited this area even in the years 2000-500 BC.
In the south-west of Cornwall is impregnable city monastery St Michaels Mount. Monastery completely occupies a small island on which you can get only at low tide on a specially laid on the bottom of the Gulf stone path.
Coast resort town of Perranporth. Its name is translated from the Cornish language means “bay of St. Piran” – in honor of the Irish hermit, patron saint of Cornwall, who founded the monastery in these places in the VII century AD. Every year in October there is an international Celtic festival.